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  1. Hello, I'm using Fullcalendar for Yii2 (https://github.com/philippfrenzel/yii2fullcalendar-demo) and I want to save with Ajax the event when I click on a date. The datas commes from the dropdownlist. It seems that my code couldn't find the function in my controller, maybe it's the Url ? My view with JS and the link to my funstion Ajax on my controller : <?php $form = ActiveForm::begin(); ?> <div class="row"> <div class="col-md-4"> <?= $form->field($feuille_de_jour_responsable, 'ID_Categorie')->dropDownList(CategorieF
  2. Hello, I want a form that create a "Feuille de jour" based on dropdownlist from other models. In fact, I have 4 tables that are linked by id : the table "Feuille de jour" have the id from the tables "poste FDJ", "categorie FDJ" and "personnel". When I create a "Feuille de jour", I want to be able to select (in a dropdown list) the name of a "poste FDJ", a "categorie FDJ" and a "personnel" and when I submit the form, it save the id of each name. I know it's possible to save multiple model in one form, I supposed that I can start on this but it doesn't work. Can someone help me
  3. Hello, I'm using yii2 since one month and I'm blocked. I need to create multiple instances of a table "Feuille_de_jour_responsable" based on dropdown list that search data on 3 other tables (the table feuille_de_jour_responsable have the ID of other tables as secondary key). The number of intances that must be saved depends on the number of datepicker selected (I use de kartik's datepicker). I have an error and I don't understand... "Either the 'formName' has to be set or a valid 'model' property must be set extending from '\yii\base\Model'." I try soooo many things ! But nothing work.
  4. I want to be able to click on a link from the registration gridview, and filter the results of the players gridview so only the players I selected show up. Right now, it's not filtering. I get all the players. I have the following tables: - registrations - players From the registrations/index gridview I have a link so I can edit players: <?= DynaGrid::widget([ 'columns' => [ ['attribute'=>'playersEditLink', 'format'=>'raw'], [ 'label'=>'Player(s)', 'format' => 'raw', 'value' => function ($dat
  5. I have two tables: -players -registrations Each Registrations record can have many Players associated with it. My registration/create action gives me a syntax error: syntax error, unexpected '$registration' (T_VARIABLE)Can someone help me see what I'm doing wrong to make this work? It's one of the biggest pieces of the puzzle I need to work locally before I can see if it works online. I created a controller named RegistrationController.php <?php namespace backend\controllers; use Yii; use backend\models\Registrations; use backend\models\Players; use backend\models\search
  6. Is there, or shouldn't there be, a place to post potential Errata for the Yii2 book? I've stumbled across a few things here and there and don't see them mentioned in the forum. For instance, on page 684 (as of the PDF versioin I have which I just dowloaded) there are references to the "protected/views/site/pages/company" path. But the Yii2 book and the documentation specify that the "protected" folder has been eliminated.This just leads to confusion in what can be an already-confusing quest for a MVC and Yii noobie. Thanks
  7. Larry, Do you have any more chapters of the Yii Book? I mean the second edition, revised for Yii 2. I've read -- and mostly understood -- up to page 190, which is the last revised page. If you have more revised chapters, I'd be interested in reading them. No doubt, other readers would too. Can you post any additional chapters on your website and let everyone know? Thanks.
  8. Larry, on page 150 of the YiiBook2 (latest version), you write that the following code is "verbose, redundant, and illogical": $model = new Page(); $model = $model->findOne($id); Instead of creating an instance of the Page class, as shown above, you say we should use a static class instance (or static method?), like this: if (($model = Page::findOne($id)) !== null) { return $model; etc. I don't understand why the first example is "verbose, redundant, and illogical", and why the second example is preferred. Can you please explain this? Thanks.
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